Combating Terrorism in Indonesia through Collaborative Strategy
Terrorism is a complex issue that requires a multi-faceted approach to be tackled effectively. The study conducted through qualitative research methods, including literature studies and focus group discussions, reveals that terrorism is a combination of perspectives, economics, socio-politics, and ideology. To combat terrorism, the Indonesian government has implemented a three-pronged approach that includes law enforcement, economic and socio-cultural empowerment, and deradicalization and counterterrorism. However, the implementation of this approach has its challenges. Weak program implementation, a lack of institutional capacity, and limited involvement of local governments make it difficult to prevent terrorism effectively. The study recommends that both government and non-governmental organizations increase their roles to combat terrorism effectively through the collaborative model.
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